Japanese grammar ほど~はない hodo~hanai

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Let’s learn Japanese grammar ほど~はない hodo~hanai :

JLPT level : N3

Formation :


Meaning and how to use :

Superlative adjectives describe one person or thing as having more of a quality than all other people or things in a group, not objectively


Chuugoku hodo jinkou ga ooi kuni ha nai.
China has the highest population in the world (there is no country which have higher population than China)

ima made yon da hon no naka de kono hon hodo omoshiroi hon ha nai.
This is the most interesting book I have read.

tanaka kashu hodo uta ga umaku utaeru kashu ha i nai.
Tanaka is the best singer.

kankoku go hodo muzukashii gaikoku go ha nai.
Korean is the most difficult language.

kono naiki no kutsu hodo joubu na kutsu ha nai.
This Nike shoes is the most perdurable shoes

Related structures :

ほどだ hododa
ほど~はない hodo~dehanai
というほどではない toiuhododehanai, toiu hododehanai
ほどの~ではない hodono ~dehani
ほどなく hodonaku

above is Japanese grammar ほど~はない hodo~hanai. if you don’t understand the signs we used in fomation, you can find their meaning here : signs used in Japanese grammar structures.

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